Telegram lets you share your device screen during calls. This makes it ideal for live classes, video presentations, business meets, etc.
Telegram's screen sharing works across platforms, which means you can share your screen no matter which device (iOS, macOS, Android, Windows) you or the participants are using.
In this tutorial, we show you how to share your iPhone or Mac screen with a single person or group on Telegram.
Telegram allows you to upload a custom tone and use it as the notification(s) sound. You can set a fun, sweet, personalized tone for your specific contacts or channels to help differentiate the notification sounds and instantly know whose message you received simply by hearing the tone.
This tutorial shows you the quick steps to upload a custom tone and use it for all or selected Telegram notifications.
Telegram for iPhone has gained the ability to set a custom sound for notifications so that your own audio plays when you receive a message.
In this tutorial, we will tell you why Telegram may not be the best messaging app for you. After that, we will show you handy tips, including how to temporarily deactivate your Telegram account or delete it permanently from your iPhone or iPad. These steps (with slight visual variation) also work for Android, Mac, PC, or web.
You should take advantage of Telegram emoji reactions to spice up your encrypted conversations with a red heart, fire, party popper or other expressive emoticons.
Nanogram, a new app from the creator of the FlickType swipe keyboard app for watchOS, lets you use Telegram on Apple Watch even when you don’t have your iPhone on you.
The encrypted messaging app Telegram has rolled out a tool for importing your WhatsApp chat history on iOS. It's available in version 7.4 update, which is now live in the App Store.